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Amy

Amy

Hi, I'm Amy, CMM's Campaign Manager. In my 8 years living in Washington, D.C., I've seen first-hand the impact that individuals can have on the public policy process. That's why I'm passionate about empowering people across the country to engage with lawmakers in a real, bipartisan dialogue. By working together, we can promote policies that will improve our health and access to safe and effective medicines.

I also lead the Digital & Social Media Communications team at Eli Lilly and Company, where my goal is to develop Lilly's digital engagement efforts to promote innovative public policy solutions. I'm a graduate of the University of Notre Dame - Go Irish! - and earned a master's degree in public policy at Georgetown University - Hoya Saxa! I split my time between Indianapolis, IN, and Washington, D.C. and can often be found exploring with my dog, playing sports, and cheering on my favorite teams.

2017 brings with it a lot of "new" things, from calendars and planners to resolutions, we all have our hands full. But, as advocacy professionals, we also need to set a new agenda for our organizations. The 115th Congress convenes this month and so begins a new year!

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Each year, it gets harder to look back on the past 12 months and identify just a handful of digital campaigns that I thought were "the best." As time passes, the creativity and reach we see on social media increases tremendously. Folks, we work in a very exciting industry! Here are some of my favorites from 2016...

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Tis the season to travel and read! Whether you're going by plane or train, the holiday season means we spend a lot of time in transit. I find this time of year gives me a unique space to catch up on reading!

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I'm thankful for a lot, including my family, my dogs, and my fantasy football team. And, of course, I'm thankful for the developments that make our jobs easier. Here are just a few of my favorite digital updates from the past year.

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Congrats - you won the digital advocacy lottery. You have $10,000 to spend on Google AdWords that's burning a hole in your digital pocket! Now comes the bigger question: How do you spend all that money?

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